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Workplace Safety Bespoke Training Services

Service Provider of a wide range of services which include Construction Safety Bespoke Training Services, Electrical High Voltage Safety Bespoke Training Services, Fire Safety Bespoke Training Services, Chemical Safety Bespoke Training Services, Hand Tool Safety Bespoke Training Services and Working At Height Bespoke Training Services.

Construction Safety Bespoke Training Services
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Construction is one of the areas of employment where hazardous conditions are part of the everyday working environment. The construction industry is prone to many hazards and accident can happen if safety is ignored. Construction materials, tools, machinery and handling techniques all come with their own dangers. The main types of accidents which cause death or serious injury on construction sites include falls, incidents with site vehicles, collapsing materials and contact with overhead power lines.

NIST has successfully delivered construction safety training to many clients such as Mahindra Lifespaces, Phoenix Mall and Bangalore Metro.

Learning Outcomes of Construction Safety training

By the end of this training participants would be familiarized with:

  • Accidents in construction industry.
  • Statutory Regulations pertaining to Indian Construction industry.
  • Construction Safety Management.
  • Safety in Excavations and Trenching.
  • Safety in Work at Height.
  • Scaffolding Safety.
  • Electrical Safety.
  • Safety in Material Handling.
  • Safety in Welding & Gas Cutting.
  • Accident case studies at construction site.

Training would help participants understand following aspects of construction safety:

  • Identify legal obligations in workplace health & safety,
  • Identify hazards in a construction site,
  • Understand the Permit-to-Work system,
  • Practice safety precautions when working with different hazards,
  • Competent in wearing Personal Protective equipment (PPE),
  • Respond in case of fire emergency,
  • Understand and respond to all industrial safety signs,
  • Working safely at height, in and around excavation, hot work,
  • Knowing the rights and responsibilities of workers.

The Training sessions would be as per International standard, using audio visual presentation and past case studies.

Who can take the Construction Safety training?

Construction workers or any other workers who need to enter a construction worksite.

Benefits of Construction Safety training

At the end of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Recognize the common safety hazards at construction site,
  • Know the preventive measures to be adopted,
  • Confident in working at height,
  • Understand the importance of observing safety signs and safe work procedures,
  • Understand importance of PPE and its limitations,
  • Know their rights and responsibilities.

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Electrical High Voltage Safety Bespoke Training Services
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The majority of us use electricity every day on the job and this familiarity can create a false sense of security. Let us bear in mind that electricity is always a potential source of danger and it claims lives whenever we are ignorant. The thumb rule is; consider all electrical wires and equipment to be hot/ live until they are tested and proven otherwise. Science has evolved and today we know enough about electricity and its effects on human body. Yet getting injured at work or losing lives due to electricity in today’s industrial world does not speak high about an organization’s attitude towards safety. Electricity is a good servant and a bad master; also well known for its destructive properties like arc, fire and explosion leading to colossal damage.

NIST in this context provides training on electrical safety while working in high voltage environment in terms of:

  • Hazards of working on or near high voltage installations.
  • Methods of de-energizing
  • Hazards and solutions
  • Use of insulated tools
  • Protection of area and personnel
  • Safe work practices.
  • Approaching the incident
  • Examining the scene
  • High voltage rescue and requisite first aid
Learning Outcomes of Electrical High Voltage Safety training
  • Understand electricity in the workplace.
  • Understand the associated hazards and risks.
  • Standards and regulations.
  • Qualified and unqualified worker.
  • Effects of electricity on human body.
  • Appreciate the need to isolate equipment and the techniques of safe isolation.
  • Understand about the need of safe systems of work, and
  • Documentation required ensuring that any risk to personnel is minimized.
Who can take the Electrical High Voltage Safety training?
  • Electricians
  • Workers using power tools
  • Engineers working with electrical devices
  • Employees working near source of high voltage
  • People involved in the task of extinguishing electrical fire
  • Employees working with high voltage batteries and vehicle service workers
  • Support staff working at site
Benefits of Electrical High Voltage Safety training

When you need to keep people safe near electrical hazards, there’s no substitute for training. This training prevents employees from experiencing severe electrical injuries, and saves businesses from the associated liabilities. The modules in this training promotes injury prevention effort like identification of hazard, right way of working on energized equipment, need for adequate safety measures, effective use of PPE, compliance with legislation and so on. In return all these efforts would economically pay off in longer term. Electricity does not discriminate, the more you train employees about the hazards of electricity and how they can be minimized, the safer your facility will be.

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Fire Safety Bespoke Training Services
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Introduction:

As per Indian Factories Act, all practicable measures shall be taken to prevent outbreak of fire and its spread. Organizations must provide and maintain:-

  • Safe means of escape for all persons in the event of fire, and
  • The necessary equipments and facilities for extinguishing fire.

In practical, organizations have fire extinguishers strategically placed throughout the workplace but that is not enough to ensure safety. Fire safety goes far beyond having fire extinguishers at workplace and this training allows candidates to develop their basic fire safety awareness. It is very important to ensure safety of building occupants since fire scenarios create panic and this training helps building competence. Actions of employees during fire remain crucial to their safety and that of other people in the premises. Therefore, employees must be well familiar with fire preventive measures and basic emergency procedures.

NIST delivers training on fire safety to more than 5000 workers annually in India and abroad from marine, oil & gas, steel, rail, telecom, construction, textile, aviation, power, automobile, chemical and service industries.

 

Learning Outcomes of Fire Safety training

By the end of the Fire Safety training a worker would be familiar with:

  • Significance of fire triangle and tetrahedron.
  • Common causes of fire in the workplace
  • Classification of fire.
  • Principles of heat transfer and fire spread.
  • Fire control methods.
  • Means of escape.
  • Basic fire fighting skills.
  • Role of fire wardens.
  • Importance of induction training in fire safety.
  • Mock drills.

The Training sessions would be as per best practices in industry, using both audio visual and group exercises.

Who can take the Fire Safety training?

This course is appropriate for people at any level, in any sector, requiring basic knowledge in the essential of workplace fire prevention. Everyone at work should have an understanding of why they must work safely and therefore fire safety training is important.

This training is also useful to those employees who wish to develop and undertake specific roles in fire safety to manage fire risk such as fire wardens, marshals, stewards.

Benefits of Fire Safety training

Fire safety training provides employee with knowledge they need to prevent a fire from occurring as well as how to react to a fire. This training can mean the difference between life and death in the event of a fire at workplace. The knowledge and training fire safety provides to an employee can easily translate from workplace to home and community.

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Chemical Safety Bespoke Training Services
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Disaster in a chemical industry is very rare, but negligence could result in devastating consequences. Incidences could arise at any stage and at any time such as during erection, commissioning, manufacturing, maintenance, disposal or transportation. Whenever it happens, chemical incidents might end up with fire and/or toxic releases. A major mishap could spill catastrophe in terms of loss of life, occupational disease, and threat to the environment. As a result, organizations may face high consequence incidents, incur costs of treatment and rehabilitation, face legal costs and may have to pay fines and compensation claims.

Chemical disasters may happen in one of the following ways:

  • Failure of critical factors
  • Ageing of process plants
  • Temperature and process deviations from set limits
  • Runaway reactions
  • Mixing of incompatible materials
  • Catastrophic rupture of reactors
  • Inadequate hazard analysis
  • Lack of management of change process.
  • Human errors due to non-compliance of standard operating procedure and so on.

However, a paradigm shift towards chemical safety started post Bhopal gas tragedy in 1984. Nonetheless, the silver lining is that all chemical disaster are preventable. NIST in this regard approaches safety from reactive to proactive safety culture through imparting training.

Learning Outcome of Chemical Safety Training
  • Introduction to chemicals and their various physical forms
  • Identify the classification of hazardous substances at work
  • Identification of hazardous activities and their elimination
  • Assess the risks associated with hazardous substances
  • Control of exposure
  • Use of hazard identification tool like HAZOP (hazard and operability study) to mitigate hazards
  • Use of spill containment kit
  • Maintenance of plant facility
  • Compliance with existing rules and regulations
  • Emergency preparedness
Who can take the Chemical Safety Training?

Those involved in completing assessments of hazardous chemicals and implementing controls like managers, supervisors and safety officers, plus other health and safety professionals looking to refresh or update their skills in chemical handling can opt for this course.

Benefits of Chemical Safety Training

Training on chemical safety would yield benefit in terms of reducing serious accidents involving hazardous chemicals, which in turn would entail obvious legal and financial benefits. Moreover, it would lead to improvement in the morale of employees thereby boosting their productivity.

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Hand Tool Safety Bespoke Training Services
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Use of tools makes many tasks easier. However, the same tools that assist us, if improperly used or maintained, can create significant hazards in our work areas. Employees who use tools must be properly trained to use, adjust, store and maintain tools properly. The greatest hazards posed by hand tools result from misuse and improper maintenance.

Learning Outcomes of Hand Tool Safety training Introduction:
  • A review of how often tools are used at the workplace and how dangerous they can be.
  • Information on different types of tools and the injuries they can cause
  • Chronic and serious health conditions that can arise from tools, such as hearing loss, respiratory problems, and back injuries.
  • The differences between handling power tools and non-motorized tools.
Safety Procedures:
  • Keeping tools in good condition.
  • The importance of selecting the correct tool for the job.
  • Staying focused and only using tools with a clear mind.
  • Inspecting tools each time you use them for issues that could lead to injury.
Additional types of tools:
  • How to safely work with electric tools and gasoline powered tools.
  • Checking work area for potential hazards.
PPE:
  • Estimating risk involved in job and selecting proper safety gear including hard hat, goggle, boots.
  • When to use Respiratory Protective Equipment to avoid breathing issues.
Who can take the Hand Tool Safety training?

Almost every employee uses some type of tool during the day to accomplish tasks. Whether it's a screwdriver or jack hammer, organization must ensure safety.

Benefits of Hand Tool Safety training

On successful completion of this training, participant would be able to:-

  • Keep tools properly organized and maintained,
  • Understand the potential hazards of each tool,
  • Use the correct tool for the job,
  • Find tools that work best for them,
  • Inspect their work areas to make sure they compliant and safe,
  • Wear suitable PPE for using different tools.

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Working At Height Bespoke Training Services
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From use of simple stepladders to safety harnesses, there is an imminent risk of a fall which may cause personal injury while performing work at height. Working at height remains one of the biggest causes of fatalities and major injuries. Common cases include falls from ladders and through fragile surfaces. All these accidents would have been preventable, and everything possible needs to be done to ensure that this type of accident does not continue occurring. Work at height means working in a place (except a staircase in a permanent workplace) where a person could be injured by falling from it, even if it is at or below ground level.

Learning Outcomes of Working at Height training

By the end of theory module participants would be familiar with:

  • Roles and responsibilities of the employer, constructor (if applicable), supplier, supervisor and worker, with respect to working safely at heights;
  • Hazards of working at heights;
  • Hierarchy of controls (such as elimination, isolation, engineering, substitution, administrative or PPE), related to working at heights;
  • Types of warning methods (signs and bump lines) and physical barriers (fencing, guard rails, protective coverings) and their appropriate use;
  • Use of Ladders and other Elevated Work Platforms;
  • Use of PPE and when a travel restraint system, fall restricting system or fall arrest system would be required and the essential components of each.

By the end of practical module participants would be familiar with:

  • Situations in which bump lines, barriers, guardrails and safety nets would be appropriate;
  • Discuss the limitations and the appropriate application of travel restraint, fall restricting and fall arrest systems;
  • what an anchor point is; discuss the appropriate location and use of anchor points and examples of appropriate and inappropriate anchor points;
  • Using the hierarchy of controls, identify the different types of equipment that may be available to safely perform a variety of tasks at heights.
  • Purpose of a working at heights fall rescue plan.
Who can take the Working at Height training?
  • Personnel required to work at height.
  • Managers / supervisors / individuals responsible for teams or groups of employees who require understanding of working at height.
Benefits of Working at Height training

This course aims to enable staff at all levels to understand the risks and legal implications of working at height and the practical measures that should be employed to control them. Simply put, if workers are not been trained to the correct level and if this training is not regularly refreshed, then there is an increased risk of accidents that could be potentially life threatening.

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Confined Space Entry Bespoke Training Services
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It is critically important that the people involved in making confined space entries are qualified and experienced and therefore trained in the associated hazards, which unfortunately in many circumstances is not the case. Also, when seeing a colleague collapsed within an enclosed space it is a natural impulsive reaction to rush in and assist. Unfortunately this is one of the main causes of fatalities as over 50% of the workers who die in confined spaces are attempting to rescue other workers who have found themselves in difficulty.

NIST has delivered CSE training to offshore, marine, metro rail, steel, cement and telecom industries. We have also ensured Risk Management for maintenance and repairs in enclosed space for clients like Honeywell, Bangalore Metro.

Learning Outcomes of Confined Space Entry training

By the end of the course an employee would be aware of the following:

  • Enclosed Space Entry Procedures.
  • Types and importance of ventilation.
  • Atmosphere testing and monitoring.
  • Space preparation for entry.
  • Rescue arrangements and resuscitation equipment at the entrance.
  • Supervisory control and experienced person in attendance at the entrance.
  • Communication arrangements between the supervisor and entrants.
  • Safe access and illumination.
  • Personal protective equipments.
  • Breathing apparatus.
  • Permit to Work.
  • Training requirements for Confined Space Entry.
  • Emergency Drills.
  • Actions by Emergency Rescue Team in the event of an emergency.

The training sessions would be as per industrial guidelines and best practices.

Who can take the Confined Space Entry training?

Every worker that enters a confined space must have hands-on training as an essential part of CSE training. Supervisor and all workers with emergency rescue responsibilities will need additional specialized training.

Benefits of Confined Space Entry training

Most important is training ensures legal compliance when work involves confines space entry. All confined space training includes some hands-on training with the safety equipment including protective equipment, safety harnesses and therefore builds up competence. Training provides an opportunity to refresh rescue procedures that should be practiced frequently so there is a high level of proficiency. Organization should maintain records of all such confined space training including refresher courses.

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